An unlikely muse: Donald’s dystopia

As Adolf Hitler served as a muse for German artist John Heartfield, Donald J. Trump has been one for me. President Barack Obama was making great strides towards bringing people together after he was elected, although the deep seeds of hate for civil debate of opposing views still very much existed.   In 2009, Dr. George […]

Documenting India: A country that defies description

It has been the subject of religious pilgrimages, Western humanitarian documentaries and ruthless colonialism. It’s also a country known for its vibrant culture, its exhilarating Bollywood films and its rich and complex cuisine. In the winter of 2017, I had the opportunity to travel throughout India, the world’s second most populous country. As we emerged […]

A fresh lens on Fes

Faces and places in Fes, Morocco captured by Hannah Sommer, our Asheville-based contributing photographer, currently abroad in Europe and North Africa. Her lens invokes a willingness to see, which the natural states of life there greet with a warm welcome.             More on life lived throughout the world, in its simplicity and multiplicity, to come! Follow us […]